TerraFirma Earth Technologies, a Houston-based dewatering firm, is moving its headquarters to a larger office and yard space in Houston to accommodate more heavy equipment and office space requirements. In addition to the move of its headquarters on Dec. 1, the firm opened a permanent satellite office in Denver to serve Colorado’s burgeoning construction sector.
“We are experiencing steady growth nationwide,” said TerraFirma President David Giles.
“Our new location in Houston will give us more breathing room and a larger yard for our expanding arsenal of heavy equipment.”
TerraFirma recently installed an innovative dewatering and ground water treatment system at 100 Saint Paul, a retail and office development in the rapidly expanding Cherry Creek business district of Denver. David Cross of 100 Saint Paul, LLC, was pleased with the result. “TerraFirma brought a high level of expertise and extensive knowledge base to the table when we hit the bottom of the hole. They were instrumental in bringing about a speedy resolution to unforeseen subsurface conditions to the benefit of the general contractor and the project owner.”
TerraFirma helps owners and contractors throughout the United States maintain acceptable groundwater levels for both temporary projects and permanent installations. Past deep excavation projects include athletic stadiums, hospitals, high-rise facilities, transportation facilities, airports, tunnels, power plants, dams, waterways, petro-chemical plants, and municipal infrastructure sites such as pumping stations and treatment plants; as well as sewer and gas pipelines.
For additional information, visit http://www.tfearth.com.